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- n. Travel for business purposes, often paid for at least partially by the employer.
And on a recent business trip to Las Vegas, he gravitated toward the city of glitz’s unique, master-planned Chinatown, the brainchild of a Chinese immigrant businessman named James Chen.
A business trip for the Scribners now calling him West, Bok decided to stop at Philadelphia, have a talk with Mr. Curtis, and look over his business plant.
In March 1785, during a business trip through New York and Pennsylvania, Connecticut businessman Peter Colt observed that “everything seems at a Stand . . . except that the Merchants are going downhill very fast.”
The Harvard graduate and former Carlton United Breweries director had returned from a four-day business trip to Newcastle with brother Robert.
He took nine months over the flight, which was more of a business trip than anything else, and he returned with orders for over a hundred Dabchicks, booked upon the way.